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Combustible Celluloid
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May 26, 2006

A wonderful, bittersweet little romantic comedy.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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March 14, 2004

Even though the ghosts can walk through walls the script can't get past its emotionally manipulative love story.
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Rolling Stone

May 12, 2001

Minghella lays on the whimsy a bit thick at times, but his wryly funny and heartfelt observations on sorrow go down much easier than the Hollywood brand of lump-in-the-throat histrionics.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

December 04, 2003

Odd, effective little comedy fantasy anchored by leads.
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Film4
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March 18, 2008

Like Ghost, only British and better.
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TheMovieReport.com
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January 18, 2004

A truly, madly, deeply romantic film.
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Variety
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March 18, 2008

This sharply scripted study of a bereaved woman who literally wishes her partner back from the grave is an impressive directorial bow by British playwright Anthony Minghella.
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Shadows on the Wall

May 13, 2005

off-beat and involving
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

It's a sweetly affecting tug of the heart.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

As a metaphor for the experience of bereavement, the conceit is over-extended, though Stevenson almost makes it work.
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Chicago Reader
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March 18, 2008

This is a beguiling film in more ways than one.
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New York Times

August 30, 2004

Miss Stevenson, Mr. Rickman and Mr. Maloney, good actors all, work tirelessly on behalf of the insistently gooey and smug material.
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